Battlefield Play4Free engages hostiles in Spring 2011

Posted on November 11, 2010

Following a tease earlier this week, EA has announced Battlefield Play4Free this morning, a freemium title that will support 32-player online warfare. The game will activate in the spring of 2011 but, if you just can’t wait, you can enlist early and test out the closed beta beginning November 30. Aesthetically — and, apparently, in tone — BP4F appears to be a departure from EA’s other freemium warfare title, Battlefield Heroes, which has a cartoony, colorful nature (though the two games will share a single “battlefunds” wallet, confirms Ben Cousins of developer Easy, an EA Games studio).

Easy’s Battlefield Play4Free will combine maps from Battlefield 2 with the classes and weapons found in the hit (and neglected) Battlefield: Bad Company 2. Players can drive 16 different vehicles, including the F35 VTOL (vertical take-off landing) jet fighter — which certainly isn’t found in BFBC2. Players will progress through the game to learn skills or, as you’ve probably already guessed, drop some f’real bling to pimp out their soldier.

JoystiqBattlefield Play4Free engages hostiles in Spring 2011 originally appeared on Joystiq on Fri, 05 Nov 2010 09:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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